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If you build rich media apps, you’ve probably used the Android API’s MediaPlayer class for video playback. Like many developers, you may have found that the API’s lack of dynamic streaming support over HTTP, smooth streaming, and persistent caching pushed you to find an alternative. Recognizing these shortcomings, Google added a custom media player called ExoPlayer to Android API Level 161.
Industries across the world are transforming in front of our eyes. Through technologies such as AI, robotics and 5G, business processes are becoming smarter and more automated, all the way from the production line to the shop floor.
Our goal at Qualcomm Technologies is to help facilitate this evolution by enabling billions of smart connected devices at the edge, powered by AI, edge compute and connectivity technology.
You might have seen a few headlines lately about AI, most notably generative AI. While most people tend to think that AI requires powerful, cloud-based servers, today’s edge devices, like mobile phones, are more than capable of running inference and training of large and complex models at the edge.
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